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Wed 04 Feb 2004

Courses at Apple : Java on OS X and AppleScript Studio

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It's been announced. I'll be conducting these two courses at Apple Singapore - Java on Mac OS X on the 2nd and 3rd of March, and the AppleScript Studio Course on the 4th and 5th of March.

We've completed development on Luca, an accounting application on OS X that was written using Java. So the Java on OS X course will use this as a case study to show how a Java application could be constructed on OS X. And we'll also cover areas like code re-usability, showing how most of the Java code can be re-used to build a web-services-aware accounting application that will work over the web - great for consolidating information from several physical locations.

Postfix Enabler will be used as the case study for the AppleScript Studio course. I hope to get more people building such applications on OS X after the course. But will they come? We'll soon find out.

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